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Frontier’s 4Q net falls, despite CT boost

Stamford’s Frontier Communications said its fourth-quarter profits fell 79 percent, despite a revenue boost from the nearly 527,000 Connecticut customers it acquired in a $2 billion deal with...

Frontier's Verizon play puts it on 'negative rating watch'

Fitch Ratings said it has placed Frontier Communications' long-term debt on a “rating watch negative,” following the wireline provider's announcement that it intends to pay $10.5 billion...

Frontier inks $10.54B deal for Verizon wireline assets

Fresh off its acquisition of AT&T’s Connecticut wireline business, Stamford’s Frontier Communications said it will pay $10.54 billion for Verizon’s wireline assets in California,...

Bloomberg: Frontier may have $10B deal in the works

Frontier may soon announce a $10 billion deal to purchase landline assets from Verizon, Bloomberg reported Tuesday evening.

Gigabit coalition receives 11 secret responses

A growing coalition of Connecticut cities and towns that wants to attract gigabit-speed Internet service received 11 responses from providers and investment banks who might be interested in providing...

Frontier's 3Q profits increase on investment income

Stamford telephone and Internet provider Frontier Communications, which closed its $2 billion acquisition of AT&T's Connecticut subsidiary last month, said its profits grew nearly 19 percent in the...

Frontier’s AT&T deal complete

With all necessary regulatory approvals in hand, Frontier Communications announced Friday that it has closed its $2 billion acquisition of AT&T’s Connecticut wireline and triple-play business.

Frontier wins final approval for AT&T purchase

Stamford's Frontier Communications is Connecticut's new largest provider of landline telephone services.

AT&T to pay CT $268K for “data cramming”

As part of a $105 million nationwide settlement to resolve “data cramming” allegations, AT&T Mobility will pay $268,252 to Connecticut, officials announced.

PURA gives preliminary approval to Frontier-AT&T deal

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Stamford's Frontier Communications is likely just two weeks away from sealing its $2 billion deal to acquire a big piece of AT&T's Connecticut business.

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